Melania Parzonka & Victoria Jones

Hebron: A Microcosm of Occupied Palestine

The situation in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood has again brought the world’s attention to the profound structural inequalities between Israeli settlers and Palestinians. INTERZINE founders Melania Parzonka and Victoria Jones recall their journey into the West Bank’s occupied city of Hebron.

Tárlach Russell

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The Super League fell apart in 48 hours due to pressure from UEFA, FIFA, and supporters’ clubs. The blatant money grab is a further move away from football’s working-class origins.

Ed Harvey

Britain Cuts Aid to Yemen—But Keeps Funding Saudi Bombs

Rather than cutting military aid to Saudi Arabia for its war in Yemen, Boris Johnson has cut British humanitarian aid to the beleaguered region.

Cormac Kelly

Rusted Factories and Broken Promises

Hillary Clinton ignored the Midwest in 2016. But the Democratic Party had abandoned Rust Belt voters long before that. If they don’t address their failures, they could lose the region for good, argues Cormac Kelly.

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Hebron: A Microcosm of Occupied Palestine

The situation in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood has again brought the world’s attention to the profound structural inequalities between Israeli settlers and Palestinians. INTERZINE founders Melania Parzonka and Victoria Jones recall their journey into the West Bank’s occupied city of Hebron.

Rusted Factories and Broken Promises

Hillary Clinton ignored the Midwest in 2016. But the Democratic Party had abandoned Rust Belt voters long before that. If they don’t address their failures, they could lose the region for good, argues Cormac Kelly.


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